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    6 Days
    Lima, Cusco, Machupicchu, Sacred Valley
    Min Age : 14+
    Max People : 25

    You can be part of this journey in a group or choose a private service. It’s an excellent option for those who want to fully enjoy the Sacred Valley of the Incas and Machu Picchu at their own pace, making their dream come true.

    Not only will you visit the town of Pisac, home to the most traditional craft market in Cusco’s Sacred Valley, but you will also have the opportunity to explore Machu Picchu. Additionally, you will travel along one of the most renowned and important train routes in the Cusco region, as you traverse the entire Urubamba Canyon by train, witnessing the climate changes between the Andes, the majestic mountains, and the beginning of the jungle where Machu Picchu is located.

    You will also have the option to visit the Pisac craft market and spend a whole morning in the town of Machu Picchu (Aguas Calientes). You will enjoy your adventure with the utmost comfort and security that we provide. Come and enjoy this journey with Peru Infinite Travel.


    Is this trip suitable for you?

    This exciting journey, characterized by a moderate activity level, covers a good amount of terrain each day. The pace is leisurely, though you will encounter some uneven surfaces, stairs, steps, and steep slopes. It’s important to note that at Machu Picchu, walking sticks are not allowed in certain areas of the archaeological site and must be kept in a backpack. To use walking sticks at Machu Picchu, a medical prescription is required, and they must have rubber tips. Additionally, please be aware that selfie sticks are prohibited.

    The elevation of 11,000 feet in Cuzco can be a significant consideration, especially for those with heart conditions or sensitivity to altitude. Therefore, we strongly recommend consulting with your doctor before signing up for this tour.

    It’s worth mentioning that some hotels in Urubamba, Aguas Calientes, and Cuzco follow the traditional local style and do not have air conditioning. During heatwaves, these hotels can become uncomfortable, even at higher elevations. However, this program is considered a classic itinerary for exploring the region. Get ready for a unique experience!

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    Day 1: Departure to Peru

    We depart for Peru. Upon your arrival in Lima, you will be transferred to your hotel. The rest of the day is free for you to relax and explore the city.

    Overnight: Lima

    Day 2: Flight to Cusco and Transfer to Pisac and the Sacred Valley of Cusco

    After a delicious breakfast at your hotel in Miraflores, we will head to Lima’s airport for a flight to Cusco. Upon arriving in Cusco, an experienced guide will be waiting for you and will take you to the charming town of Pisac. Here, you’ll have the opportunity to explore the town and immerse yourself in the bustling Pisac craft market. Next, you will visit a silver factory where you’ll be treated to a demonstration of silver craftsmanship. Additionally, you’ll savor authentic local empanadas, a traditional delight. Finally, you’ll embark on a beautiful panoramic journey from Pisac to Urubamba in the Sacred Valley, where your hotel is located. The guide will provide you with information about the activities for the following day. Dinner will be on your own.

    Overnight: Sacred Valley

    Meals: Breakfast

    Day 3: Urubamba, Ollantaytambo Train Station, Machu Picchu Discovery, and Aguas Calientes

    After breakfast, we’ll head to the Ollantaytambo train station to board the train that will take us to the legendary citadel of Machu Picchu, recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Also known as the “Lost City of the Incas,” Machu Picchu stands majestically in the Andes mountains, above the Urubamba River Valley. Built in the 15th century and later abandoned, it’s famous for its impressive dry stone walls that fit together without the use of mortar, its intriguing buildings aligned with astronomical precision, and its breathtaking panoramic views. Despite research, its exact function remains an enigma. During your visit, you’ll explore the religious sector, including the Temple of the Sun, the Temple of Water, the Temple of the Wind, the Temple of the Mother Earth, the House of the Priest, and the Sacred Plaza. The images of this exceptional archaeological site will remain in your memory. You’ll spend approximately 3 hours exploring the Machu Picchu archaeological complex before boarding a bus that will take you to Aguas Calientes, the nearby town. Your guide will provide you with information about the plan for the following day, and dinner will be on your own.

    Overnight: Aguas Calientes (Machu Picchu)

    Meals: Breakfast

    Day 4: Return to Cusco

    This morning, enjoy your free time in Aguas Calientes before embarking on your journey back to Cusco. You’ll have the option to have lunch on your own. Then, you’ll board the train that will take you back to the Ollantaytambo station, where our transportation will take you back to the city of Cusco. Once in Cusco, you’ll be transferred to your hotel and will have the afternoon free to explore the city on your own. Dinner will be on your own.

    Overnight: Cusco

    Meals: Breakfast

    Día 5: Día Completo en Cuzco

    In the morning, you will visit the traditional San Pedro market, where locals do their daily shopping. Next, you’ll have a unique experience as you meet with an Andean shaman who will share with you a ceremony of offering to Mother Earth, a unique celebration in the Andes. Afterward, you’ll enjoy a cooking demonstration where our chef will prepare one of Peru’s iconic dishes. Lunch is included in this culinary experience.

    In the afternoon, a City Tour in Cusco will take place. It will begin with a visit to the Qoricancha Temple of the Sun, the main Inca temple dedicated to Inti (the sun). You will then explore the Cusco Cathedral, an important religious monument housing the Archdiocese of Cusco. The Sacsayhuaman fortress, with its impressive architecture, will also be part of this experience. After the tour, you will return to your hotel to prepare for a special dinner. This dinner will be a unique experience as you visit a Cusco family who will share their experiences, and you will enjoy authentic Cusco cuisine.

    Overnight: Cusco

    Meals: Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner with a Cusco family

    Day 6: Hotel Transfer to Cusco Airport, Flight to Lima, and Connecting Flight

    You will have the morning free in the city of Cusco to enjoy your last moments in this beautiful city. Then, our transfer service will take you to Cusco Airport for your flight to Lima, where you will await your connecting flight back to the United States.

    Meals: Breakfast


    Information Meeting:

    Before the start of the trip, one night before, your guide will provide detailed information about the entire itinerary of the trip.

    Professional Tour Guide:

    You will have an experienced guide with extensive knowledge of history who speaks multiple languages to enrich your experience.

    24/7 Customer Service:

    Available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, for any questions or assistance you may need during your trip.

    Transportation: All Transfers Included:

    • Day 1: Transfer from Lima Airport to Miraflores Lima Hotel.
    • Day 2: Transfer from Miraflores Hotel to Lima Airport / Transfer from Cusco Airport to the town of Pisac, then Transfer to Urubamba Hotel.
    • Day 3: Transfer from Urubamba Hotel to Ollantaytambo Train Station / Train transportation from Ollantaytambo Station to Machu Picchu / Bus transfer from Aguas Calientes town to Machu Picchu (round trip).
    • Day 4: Transfer by train from Aguas Calientes town to Ollantaytambo Station / Transfer by private transportation to the city of Cusco
    • Day 5: Transportation throughout the day’s itinerary
    • Day 6: Hotel transfer to Cusco Airport

    Permits and Tickets:

    Tickets per itinerary:

    • Entrance ticket to the Machu Picchu archaeological site
    • Entrance ticket to the Temple of the Sun
    • Entrance ticket to the Cusco Cathedral
    • Entrance ticket to Sacsaywaman


    • Breakfast: Days: (2) (3) (4) (5) (6)
    • Lunch: Day: (5)
    • Dinner: Day: (5)


    • 1 Night in Lima
    • 1 Night in the Sacred Valley of Cusco
    • 1 Night in Aguas Calientes town (Machu Picchu)
    • 2 Nights in Cusco
    • (Hotel taxes, fees, and service charges)


    • Meals: Not included in the Itinerary.
    • Personal Insurance
    • Huayna Picchu Mountain Entrance Ticket: 45 minutes ascent and 45 minutes descent, cost USD$ 70.00 US dollars (must be reserved in advance at least 3 months)
    • Machu Picchu Mountain Entrance Ticket: 2 hours ascent and 1 hour descent, cost USD$ 70.00 US dollars.
    • Tips for our staff



    • Backpack (the smaller, the better)
    • Water container: Recommended containers like aluminum bottles, but enough for at least 2 liters.
    • Comfortable hiking boots (lightweight with good soles)
    • 1 extra pair of pants
    • 1 extra shirt
    • 1 windbreaker
    • 1 Warm jacket: It gets very cold in the morning; a down jacket is preferable.
    • 1 sun hat
    • 1 wool hat
    • Rainproof gear / rain poncho


    • Sunscreen
    • Facial moisturizer
    • Hand sanitizer
    • Toilet paper
    • Personal medication
    • First-aid kit

    What do I need to know?

    Once we arrive in the city of Cusco, we will descend to the Sacred Valley to avoid altitude sickness. The Sacred Valley of the Incas is located at 2,900 meters above sea level or (9,300 feet). Machu Picchu is open all year round, and you can undertake this journey in any month of the year (rainy season from December to March).

    Information Meeting or Briefing:

    Information meetings are held one night before the start of this trip and last approximately 30 to 45 minutes. In case you are unable to attend, you should contact us via email to schedule an alternative date or time for a meeting with your guide.

    NOTE: For the night at Machu Picchu, you will need to carry a small backpack with your personal items such as sunscreen, water, rainwear, sunglasses, etc.


    It is crucial that you carry your personal documents with you, especially your original passport.

    Payment for the Service:

    If you made a reservation and provided a 50% deposit, it is important that the payment is made after the information meeting with your guide, one night before the start of the journey to Machu Picchu.

    Strikes / Protests:

    Unfortunately, strikes are frequent in Peru and can disrupt our tours. Roads are often blocked, and trains may come to a halt. We will ensure that your journey continues as planned, even if it means departing the night before the scheduled start date. In some circumstances, it may be necessary to cancel the tours, but our operations department will coordinate with you if this happens. Your safety is always our top priority.

    Personal Belongings:

    Each client is responsible for their personal belongings throughout the tour. Be careful where you leave your belongings and make sure to collect all your items from our vehicles, stores, restaurants, etc. Sometimes, other hikers or teams may pick up your belongings without knowing who the owner is.